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Fj-800 bluetooth headset

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I received a set off bluetooth fj-800 headphones this morning and have paired it up with my n73 phone, i get the luminate blue light at the end which means it is paired i cannot get anyththing else, i cannot hear my tracks from my mobile and gone through this routine for 4 hours now, can you help. I run satnav via a bluetooth keyring no prob, but this i give up. It should receive straight away as the icon on the phone appears. I have Emailed this person i got these from with no joy.HELP!!!!!!!!

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Jim MAC

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